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Derek S. Help with multiple symptoms

Discussion in 'Ask a TMS Therapist' started by Anisha_d87, Apr 2, 2016.

  1. GregP

    GregP Newcomer

    Hi anisha, I know this is ancient history, but I'm having a lot of these same symptoms. Wondering if you made it out the other side?

    Greg
     
  2. emporeon027

    emporeon027 New Member

    How are you Doing to day? i´hope that you inpruve a lot in all this time.
     
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  3. mugwump

    mugwump Well known member

    He always makes sense! God is everything
     
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  4. Anisha_d87

    Anisha_d87 Peer Supporter

    Hi!!! I'm so sorry for a delayed reply I never really came back onto here because I was living my life! Lol yes I haven't had any pain down there for many years ,well if I do get the odd twinge I reassure myself it's TMS reminding me I'm not dealing with something emotionally and within a matter of minutes it's gone. I can't remember who told me this but I always remember the words "pain is an indication of how safe you feel" and it just hit home ever since I heard it. Whenever I feel pain anywhere in my body I ask myself what's bothering me, how I'm feeling and tell myself the sensations and pain will soon pass . And every single time it has xx hope this helps
     
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  5. Anisha_d87

    Anisha_d87 Peer Supporter

    Yes 100% xx
     
  6. emporeon027

    emporeon027 New Member

    Good!, I`m glad that you are doing better; i`m still on my jorney to teach my brain that i`m safe, thanks for the aswer it give hopes
     
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  7. Anisha_d87

    Anisha_d87 Peer Supporter

    When you stop caring about the pain it will go xx
     
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  8. emporeon027

    emporeon027 New Member

    I know, i`m working on it. somethings its more easy than others, that worked for my tinnytus and frequem urination, but i still got distracted by pain some times. any advice? thanks
     
  9. Anisha_d87

    Anisha_d87 Peer Supporter

    Everytime I get the occasional pelvic pain I shift my attention to myself and ask how am.i feeling? Has someone upset me? Is something bothering? I answer these questions . And then I move on and carry on with what I am doing and the pain quickly dissapears. It takes a tiny bit of practice. Also whenever u can throughout your day ask yourself how am I feeling right now? Mad bad sad or glad? And be absolutely honest with your self when u answer the question. Don't judge your answer . The point of this is just to acknowledge how you feel nothing else. Don't assess or judge or criticise your thoughts just notice and let go. Your body will not trap these emotions . And it will just let them go x
     
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